Ezekiel B. Korvah, Liberia's acting Comptroller General has cautioned electorates to avoid violence ahead of the October 10, 2017 polls. Korvah statement come barley two weeks to the 2017 legislative and presidential elections.
Mr. Korvah made the statement at the official launch of the MASSA COUSLI INTELLECTUAL FORUM last Saturday, September 23, 2017 at the ZION Invasion Army Church, in Chocolate City, Gardnersville.
The launch of the intellectual center began with a legislative debate among candidates of District 13 in Montserrado County. The center was established as a platform where issues of national concern can be discussed. The launched also coincided with a fundraising rally for the construction of a resource center in the community.
The Liberia's Comptroller also presented the amount of L$20,000.00 as an initial contribution for the project also hailed the efforts of the organizers, terming it as the right investment that will broaden the minds of the youthful population of Liberia.
He further encouraged the organizer of the forum to include the discussions of other disciplines such as education, health, sanitation, sports as part of the discourse. Mr. Korvah further urge youth of the district to embrace the idea and support the establishment center.
For her part, the only legislative candidate at the program said only Liberians that can build Liberia.
Ambassador Daintowon Domah Paybayee calls on Liberians far and near to emanate the good example of the veteran market woman, Ma Massa W. Cousli. The Theme of the program was "CAMPIONING THE CAUSE TO SUSTAIN NATIONAL GROWTH THROUGH DIALOGUE.
Receiving the honor, Ma Massa W. Cousli attributed the honor to both the women of Chocolate City and President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf who brought her dreams and aspiration to pass.